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2014 Acura MDX AWD Long-Term Road Test

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edited September 2014 in Acura

image2014 Acura MDX AWD Long-Term Road Test

Fuel economy update for our long-term 2014 Acura MDX.

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  • evodadevodad Posts: 135
    isn't it a bit late for the update on December's MPG?
  • evodadevodad Posts: 135
    isn't it a bit late for the update on December's MPG?
  • My experience from our 2013 Pilot is that speed and amount of hills you drive make a BIG difference. Maybe this is obvious, but since this is the first vehicle that has the MPG display, its news for me/us. For instance, we drove on a very flat 60 MPH road on the way out to Alabama and hit an average of 29 MPG! Then, it speed up to 70 MPH limit and our MPGs quickly dropped down to about 25 MPG by the time we got there. We average 19 going over our hilly area and hit maybe 23 on high speed interstate trips.
  • My experience from our 2013 Pilot is that speed and amount of hills you drive make a BIG difference. Maybe this is obvious, but since this is the first vehicle that has the MPG display, its news for me/us. For instance, we drove on a very flat 60 MPH road on the way out to Alabama and hit an average of 29 MPG! Then, it speed up to 70 MPH limit and our MPGs quickly dropped down to about 25 MPG by the time we got there. We average 19 going over our hilly area and hit maybe 23 on high speed interstate trips.
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